Clean water means health,

income and education for women and children.

Project Humanity is a 501(c)(3) organization

Project Humanity is building the foundation for sustainable economies through clean water

The Water Problem

Badly polluted shallow wells or mud-holes are often the only source of water for people in developing countries. Unsafe water is the primary cause of disease, poverty, and hunger throughout the world. Women and children are primarily affected, spending up to six hours each day collecting water that makes them sick.

Clean Water Economies

We’re using clean water to lay the foundation of a healthy, developing economy. Sustainable projects start with community education, community investment, and fiscal know-how. Our trainings provide a forum to address water & sanitation, well maintenance, budgeting, leadership, and empowering women.

How You Can Help

It’s simple, we’re bringing clean water to those who need it and it all starts with you. Take action, start a campaign and begin raising money for clean water. 100% of the money you raise will go directly to funding clean water projects. Everyone wants to help and the best way is through funding projects.

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How we build clean water economies

Education and fiscal know-how are the foundations for sustainable clean water projects.

Project Humanity

Implementing sustainable water projects to grow economies

Project Humanity is currently working to provide 5,000 people access to clean drinking water in northern Uganda. Our goal is to reduce the prevalence of waterborne disease in children and vulnerable populations. Project Humanity operates on the principle of simplicity and community-led development. We use locally procured materials to ensure that repair parts are available, and we rely on Ugandan engineers and labor from local communities to provide employment and skills training.

We empower communities to take ownership of their water source by asking for financial contribution and significant collaboration. We educate each community about sanitation, maintenance, budgeting, and bookkeeping. These trainings help create co-funding goals, establish a water management committee, write by-laws to govern the water source, and implement preliminary sanitation measures. We keep working with communities years after water projects are implemented.

Project Humanity is a non-profit organization that provides new sources of safe water for rural villages in Africa using community input and investment. We are committed to building sustainable projects. 100% of public donations go directly to funding clean water projects.
Project Humanity partners with the community to implement and design its water projects. Water projects begin with the community requesting a project. The community selects the type of project, the local materials to use, and where it will be located.
Project Humanity is currently working to help 5,000 people gain access to clean drinking water in northern Uganda. Our work helps provide the foundation for a sustainable project and growing economy. We could not do this work without the help of our generous donors.

We’re building economies through clean water and you can help. DONATE NOW

From The Blog

Learn about our water projects and see what we’re up to.

  • Clean Water Saves Lives
    Clean Water Saves Lives
    I want to take the time to explain exactly how our process works. Most people might think that digging a well is simple and easy. However, there are several factors that make installing wells very difficult. One of the biggest issues, is understanding the foreign culture. First, there needs to be a culture shift around […]
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  • The Story of Perseverance – Layik Village
    The Story of Perseverance – Layik Village
    The village of Layik is an incredible story of perseverance. Layik is located in a harsh and remote area of northern Uganda. Previously, Layik’s only water source was a stream that would dry up for 3 months each year. People were often sick because there was no access to safe drinking water. But now things […]
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  • Lwala Rallies Around Their Water Project
    Lwala Rallies Around Their Water Project
    The Lwala village is located in Nwoya district in northern Uganda. Up until a month ago, they had no access to clean water. Many people in the village were often sick and would have to take a 90-minute walk to the health clinic at least once a month due to water-related illnesses. The community has […]
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